Articles about TAD

FlatironCity Named ULI Atlanta’s 2017 Project of the Year

FlatironCity was awarded the 2017 Project of the Year by The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Atlanta at the organization's annual Awards of Excellence.  Invest Atlanta supported the renovation of the Flatiron building, Atlanta's oldest skyscraper, into a next-generation office space. Originally built in 1897, the Flatiron Building is an iconic Downtown Atlanta structure listed in… Read more

IA Travels to Hong Kong to Exchange Transit-Oriented Development Insights

Erika Davis, Senior Project Manager of Business Retention and Expansion at Invest Atlanta, recently joined with several other City of Atlanta officials for a fact-finding trip focused on transit-oriented development, or TOD. Along with Davis, the Atlanta contingent included: William Johnson, Commissioner of Public Works; Jalal Slade, Senior Policy Advisor on Real Estate; and Catherine… Read more

Invest Atlanta Supports Projects Key to City’s Past, Present, and Future

At their July meeting, the Invest Atlanta Board of Directors authorized seven Eastside TAD grants totaling $27.4 million. Once finalized, this funding will support projects that honor Atlanta's past through the rehabilitation of key historic assets, while also strengthening the city’s economy for the future. In total, the seven projects these grants support will create 3,456 new full-time jobs, attract $486.7 million… Read more

Invest Atlanta Hosts Inaugural Westside Housing Fair

The first-ever Westside Housing Fair, held on Saturday, July 22 at the Hollis Innovation Academy, offered residents valuable housing information from Invest Atlanta and our partners, as well as prizes and fun activities for the entire family. The partners participating at the Fair provided valuable insights to attendees, whether they currently rent, already own a home,… Read more

Dr. Klementich to CREW Atlanta: Let’s Strenghten Our Commercial Corridors

Invest Atlanta President and CEO Dr. Eloisa Klementich recently wrote about the importance of investing in our city's emerging corridors for the CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Atlanta blog. Atlanta's real estate industry will be deeply involved with this issue in the coming years, especially as the City of Atlanta's population continues to grow. CREW Atlanta is… Read more

Grant to Fund Affordable Workforce Housing in Downtown Development

At their June 15 meeting, the Invest Atlanta Board of Directors passed a resolution approving the use of $9 million from the Eastside Tax Allocation District (TAD) for the development of a $90.5 million, 14-story, 302-unit residential tower at 161 Peachtree Center Avenue in Downtown Atlanta. Sixty of the units, or 20 percent of the… Read more

Publix On Moores Mill Now Open for Business

Mayor Kasim Reed, alongside members of the Atlanta City Council, Dr. Eloisa Klementich, and representatives of Publix, cut the ribbon to announce the grand opening of a Publix grocery store at Moores Mill. The new Publix, part of the first phase of the $95 million shopping center development, opened for business later that morning. "Today… Read more

YMCA Regional HQ and Head Start Facility Coming to Vine City

The Invest Atlanta board of directors approved at their May meeting a $2.5 million Westside TAD grant to fund the new YMCA of Metropolitan Atlanta Leadership and Learning Center in Vine City. The Center will house the YMCA of Metro Atlanta’s administrative offices and Head Start learning facility serving 70-90 children aged zero to four-years-old.… Read more

On the Rise Financial Center Opens on Westside

The On the Rise Financial Center officially opened Thursday, April 20, with Mayor Kasim Reed, Dr. Eloisa Klementich, and Councilmember Ivory Young, Jr. on hand to celebrate with Westside residents. Joining them were representatives from supporting organizations, including Equifax, the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions (NFCDCU) and… Read more

Resurgens Fund Grants to Bring New Life to Eastside Properties

At their March meeting, the Invest Atlanta board approved two Resurgens Fund grants, including one that will allow The Ethical Property Group create a new space for non-profit organizations. “The Resurgens Fund was deliberately created to with the intention of reactivating these vacant and obsolete buildings,” said Jennifer Fine, Invest Atlanta’s Vice President of Planning… Read more